Amelia Josephson is a writer passionate about covering financial literacy topics. Her areas of expertise include retirement and home buying. Amelia's work has appeared across the web, including on AOL, CBS News and The Simple Dollar. She holds degrees from Columbia and Oxford. Originally from Alaska, Amelia now calls Brooklyn home.
Have you heard the term “redlining”? It’s a term that refers to the practice of cutting certain neighborhoods – and aspiring homebuyers – off from mortgage lending opportunities. Let’s take a closer look at the historical roots of the term and its legacy today. Read more
We all know that it’s hard to become a high-earner in this country without a college degree. This can make it hard to save for retirement or meet other financial goals. Access to the middle class is increasingly reserved for those with some higher education under their belts. Let’s take a closer look at the average salary by education level to see what dividends education pays. Consider working with a financial advisor as you plan how to fund college or vocational training. Read more
If you’re thinking of moving to Chicago, you might be wondering whether it’s a good place to raise a family. To help you answer that question, let’s take a look at some of the features of family life in the Windy City, including child care costs and housing costs. Read more
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